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Translation of "service" - English-Spanish dictionary

service

noun   /ˈsɜː·vɪs/
B1 a system that supplies something that people need servicio financial services They provide a free bus service from the station.
B1 [no plural] the work that people who work in shops, restaurants, hotels, etc. do to help customers servicio The food was good, but the service was awful.
[no plural] extra money that is added to your bill in a restaurant to pay the waiters cargo por servicio Does the bill include service?
[no plural] the time you spend working for an organization trabajo He retired last week after 25 years’ service.
a religious ceremony servicio, oficio Not many people attended the funeral service.
(Definition of service from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

service

noun /ˈsəːvis/
the process of serving customers in a hotel, shop etc servicio You get very slow service in that shop (also adjective) a service charge on a hotel bill.
the act of doing something to help servicio, ayuda He was rewarded for his service to refugees.
the condition or work of a servant servicio In the last century, many young women went into service She had been in service as a kitchen maid He has given faithful service to the church for many years.
a check made of all parts of eg a car, machine etc to ensure that it is in a good condition revisión, mantenimiento Bring your car in for a service.
a regular public supply of something eg transport servicio a good train service into the city.
a regular meeting for worship, or a religious ceremony (in church) oficio He attends a church service every Sunday.
in tennis and similar games, the act or manner of serving the ball servicio He has a strong service.
a department of public or government work servicio the Civil Service.
(often in plural) one of the three fighting forces, the army, navy or air force fuerzas armadas He’s in the services.
employment in one of these servicio militar military service.
serviceable adjective
(opposite unserviceable)
useful; capable of being used utilizable, práctico This tractor is so old it is barely serviceable now.
hard-wearing duradero He walks to school every day, so he must have serviceable shoes.
serviceman noun ( feminine servicewoman, plural servicemen, servicewomen)
a person in one of the armed services. militar
service station noun
a petrol station with facilities for servicing cars etc. estación de servicio, gasolinera
(Definition of service from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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